Like the financial, legal and healthcare industries, the government sector could use a little help embracing twenty-first century documentation practices. Enter SeamlessDocs, a startup that bills itself as "the future of government forms."
Digital publishing platform Hi.co, which is shutting down on Sept. 1 of this year, plans to etch the contents of its entire website onto at least five 2-inch-by-2-inch nickel plates that can last for 10,000 years.
Acadian plans to deploy the new tech for security master by mid-2016.
In a trial that lasted only 10 days, EHR software vendor Epic Systems won $940 million in damages after suing a contractor over stolen documents and theft of trade secrets.
The Virginian-Pilot reported that the City of Portsmouth, Va., has been improperly shredding city documents for months and has no paper trail tracking exactly what documents and files have been destroyed.
Adobe made it easier to adopt paperless workflows with this week's launch of a new Adobe Sign integration and the announcement of partnerships with Box and Microsoft OneDrive.
If your enterprise social networking platform includes digital asset or document management tools, Real Story Group Research Director Kashyap Kompella suggested you ignore them because "you'll be better off using the right set of tools that are meant for the respective use cases."
An Arkansas healthcare network recently released a HIPAA Security Notification that a 2015 data breach may have exposed the personal information of as many as 19,000 patients.
The U.S. Coast Guard decided to end its five-year, $14 million EHR contract with Epic Systems Corp. last fall after discovering "various irregularities."
As vendors get busy setting up new data storage arrangements to help organizations stay compliant with the European Union's new General Data Protection Regulation directives, data governance experts are considering what other impact the GDPR may have on U.S. businesses.